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 Q125  Signal Processor

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The Q125 Signal Processor provides many useful features normally requiring multiple modules.   Audio and control signals can be amplified, attenuated, offset, and inverted all in this one, easy-to-use module.  Two sections allow two processes to be performed at the same time.

Processing:

  • Amplification
  • Attenuation
  • Inversion
  • Voltage Source
  • Offset Adjustment

Controls and Connections
Top Section

    Gain Control
      Sets the overall gain/attenuation. Full counter clockwise results in an inversion of 200%. Full clockwise results in a non-inversion of 200%.
    Offset Control
      Adds a positive or negative offset to the waveform. Full counter clockwise results in an offset of -5 volts. Full clockwise results in an offset of +5 volts. Without an input the offset control can be used to generate a voltage source of -5 volts to +5 volts.
    Input Jack
      Signal to be processed.
    Output Jack
      Signal output.
Bottom Section
    Normal/Invert Switch
      Determines whether the output will be inverted or not.
    Offset Control
      Adds a positive or negative offset to the waveform. Full counter clockwise results in an offset of -5 volts. Full clockwise results in an offset of +5 volts. Without an input the offset control can be used to generate a voltage source of -5 volts to +5 volts.
    Input Jack
      Signal to be processed.
    Output Jack
      Signal output.
Specifications
Panel Size:  Single width 2.125"w x 8.75"h.
Input/Output Levels:  10V PP maximum
Power:  +15V@8ma, -15V@8ma.

Price
$80.00 US.

Randy Wrote: The Q125 is great because it does what normally takes several utility modules on other systems.

Ron Wrote: Your Q125s are a 'swiss army knife' for signal processing.



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